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Published on Feb 8, 2019
How to Surface Model a Shoe Horn in Fusion 360 (for 3D Printing) // If you’re not familiar, a shoe horn is a curved instrument used to ease your heel into a shoe… and they’re particularly helpful when you're trying to put on dress shoes or loafers, as they help you slip the shoe on without stepping on or creasing the back heel.
I used to have a shoe horn, but it always seems to go missing, so I decided it would be fun to model one so I can 3D-print a new one.
TIMESTAMPS 1:07 | Switching to the Patch Workspace 2:22 | Creating the spline 2:52 | Dimensioning the spline 4:07 | Creating the planes along a path 5:09 | Creating the profile 9:04 | Creating the loft 10:23 | Thickening the surface body 10:44 | Adding fillets
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